Cambridge International Academics, as an emerging STM publisher intends to follow and progress of essential quality check terms to ensure the published, indexed and harvested materials will not be affected by conflicts of interests or other publishing concerns. The terms and conditions have major importance especially in dealing and partnering with our renowned partners and contributors. To classifying these major issues, We aim to follow these check points regularly to keep our publishing cycle updated, ease of use and responsible:
We commit not to disclose the authors' information and their published rights with the third parties without their consents. Published materials by Cambridge International Academics are licensed by Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0.
- Independence on Reviewing
Cambridge International Academics follows independent reviewing protocols for received monographs and journal papers. Conference proceedings review process should be taken into account by conference scientific and review committee who shall make decisions for assigned papers.
All of submitted contents to journals or monographs shall be reviewed by two independent reviewers (external) and acceptance/rejection notification will be informed to authors/editors as well as internal editor in charge. In the cases of acceptance with minor/major revisions, authors/editors should prepare an updated edition of submitted manuscript and assign it using a direct submission link. Rejected contents will not be reviewed again and the decisions will be granted and archived by Editor(s) in Chief or Managing Editor.
- Conflicts of Interests Declaration
Authors and editors shall claim that there is no conflict of interest, when they are submitting a paper/manuscript to our publishing division.